AL 002 – Interview with Grant Gordy

in_the_studio7Episode two of the Acoustic Living Podcast features an interview with Grant Gordy.

Gordy is a world class acoustic guitarist and composer who has established himself as a new leader in modern string band music.

He is the guitarist for the David Grisman Quintet. He’s also collaborated, in various capacities, with Edgar Meyer, Darol Anger, Edie Brickell, and Steve Martin.

Acoustic Lving PodcastGordy has performed all across the United States and overseas, as well. He’s played the Montreal Jazz Festival, Bonnaroo, and Carnegie Hall.

He’s been featured in Acoustic Guitar, Flatpicking Guitar, and Just Jazz Guitar Magazines.

Grant graciously agreed to do a phone interview for the Acoustic Living Podcast. I had a great time chatting and reconnecting as the interview/conversation jumped from one professional musical idea to another.

Here are some of the specifics of this episode’s content: 

  • The Value of Teaching
  • Networking Philosophies
  • Juggling Multiple Projects
  • Music as Work
  • Mindset, Meditation, and Music

Links

www.GrantGordy.com

Items Mentioned in This Podcast

Grant’s, self-titled debut album:

Grant Gordy

 

My free eBook:

Quit Your Day Job – Inspiration, Tips, and Practical Advice for Aspiring Musicians

 

Recommended Reading:    

Autobiography of a Yogi     by Paramahansa Yogananda

8 thoughts on “AL 002 – Interview with Grant Gordy

  1. Steve McQueen

    Hey Ryan,

    Good interview. I like the “professional” direction that your music is taking you all.

    Amazing! When I opened your email I was sitting here listening to Grisman’s Acoustic Christmas album. Been enjoying John Fahey, too. Good stuff.

    Kathleen and I can’t wait for y’all to get here next week.

    Keep up the good work.
    Steve

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    1. ryanspearman@gmail.com Post author

      Thanks for listening and thanks for the encouragement, Mr. McQueen. We’re looking forward to seein’ y’all as well!

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  2. j.m. hebisen

    Youse guys(I include your lovely bride) are the coolest folk I’ve met since I escaped from the Chateau d’If.
    Great interview with a great guitar player. You keep amazing me at every turn.

    Your Pal, Venado Mike

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